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Our predictions about what will be great about the city in 10 years.
Councilmembers need to stop talking around the accusations facing the mayor.
Not all sex-abuse accusations lead to criminal charges. That doesn’t mean they didn’t happen.
A complete guide to all the 2017 races.
These candidates for will bring strong environmental and labor perspectives to the commission.
Constantine hasn’t ducked the hard fights as County Executive. Plus, his opponents are anti-light-rail, anti-vax, and Goodspaceguy.
Ubiquitous and consistent, he has the bold agenda Seattle needs right now.
She has been an important voice on police reform and immigration on the council. Let’s give her another term.
These candidates have the outlook and experience that will make Seattle schools better.
In these trying times, the candidate from the Peoples Party of Seattle is the leader we all need.
Yes, it’s a regressive tax. But the program it funds is worth it.
Polluters, manufacturers, and investors won in this year’s budgeting marathon.
First, it won’t happen. Second, it would be just fine if it did.
And we must stay vigilant.
The pressure is on for the city to ink a KeyArena deal that’s good for taxpayers. That’s usually not the case with sports arenas.
Shutting down this weekend’s anti-Sharia rally would give it more credence than it’s worth.
The organizations are working under the radar to deliver affordable housing to working families.
Seattle’s next leader will be liberal. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t important policy differences between the candidates.
Efforts to paint a proposed soda tax as an attack on low-income Seattleites ignores food history.
Murray dropping out of the race allows the courts to seek justice while we seek a leader.